Joseph Noah, M.D.

Joseph Noah, M.D.

Joseph Noah, M.D.

Joseph Noah, M.D.

Dr. Noah is the senior member of the group. He has a special interest in sports medicine and joint replacement surgery including unicompartmental knee replacement. During his training he spent time as an assistant team physician for both professional football and baseball teams and has published several articles on sports related injuries of the upper and lower extremity.

Approach to Treating Patients

Experienced in Professional Sports Associations

“I’ve been practicing sports medicine for over a decade. I’ve served as a team physician for both a Major League Baseball team and an NFL football team.  Using this knowledge and insight, I’ve been able to help thousands of people find lasting pain relief and recover from injury quickly.  Although I stay on top of new procedures, newer doesn’t always mean better.  I also like to stay with proven procedures with the highest record of success.  I want to continue giving our patients the care and treatment they need and deserve.”

My Vision of Patient Care

“My goal is to provide top-quality orthopaedics to as many people as our practice can handle.  I’m always here for them.  I’m very big on the little details, and I believe attention to detail creates the best care.  Despite my education, some of the most important things I’ve learned about being a doctor haven’t come from books; they’ve come from my patients’ concerns.  Taking the time to listen makes me a better doctor.”

Medical Training

Medical School: New York University School of Medicine, New York, NY

Residency: New York University, Bellevue Medical Center, New York, NY

Fellowship: Sports Medicine Fellowship, Kansas City, MO

Curriculum Vitae


State University of New York at Stony Brook
Stony Brook, NY
B.A., 1981

New York University School of Medicine
New York, NY
M.D., 1985


Diplomate of the National Board of Medical Examiners
July 1986

Licensed in Florida, December, 1994

Diplomate American Board of Orthopaedic Surgeons,
July, 1993

Re-certification  2004


New York University-Bellevue Medical Center
Department of Surgery, New York, NY
July 1985 – June 1986

New York University-Bellevue Medical Center
Department of Surgery, New York, NY
July 1986 – June 1989

New York University – Bellevue Medical Center
Chief Resident in Orthopaedics
Orthopaedic Department, New York, NY
July 1989 – June 1990

Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Clinic of Kansas City
University of Missouri at Kansas City
Fellowship in Sports Medicine
Kansas City, MO
August 1990 – July 1991


Englewood Community Hospital, Englewood, FL
Venice Regional Medical Center, Venice, FL
Doctors Hospital, Sarasota, FL


Venice HealthPark, Venice, FL
Surgery Center at St. Andrews, Venice, FL


Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
American Medical Association
Florida Orthopaedic Society


Assistant Clinical Professor of Orthopaedic Medicine
LeCom Bradenton College of Osteopathic Medicine
2005 to present

Clinical Instructor in Anatomy
NYU School of Medicine, 1988

Assistant Team Physician
New York Yankees Baseball Team, 1987-1988

Assistant Team Physician
Kansas City Chiefs Football Team, 1990-1991

Team Physician
Norristown High School Football Team,


“Renal Function and Cardiovascular Risk Factors in the Professional Athlete”
Zabetakis, P., Gleim, G., Noah, J., Nicholas, J.
American College of Sports Medicine, 1985

“Osteochondritis Dissecans in Young Athletes”
New York University Department of Orthopaedics
Pediatric Conference, April 1988

“Rotator Cuff Injuries in the Throwing Athlete”
Noah, J., Guidumal, R.
Orthopaedic Review: Vol. 18, November 1988

“Arthroscopic Meniscectomy in Patients over the Age of Forty”
Bonamo, J.J., Kessler, K., Noah, J.
The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, Meeting July 1990

“Arthroscopic Meniscectomy in Patients over the Age of Forty”
Bonamo, J.J., Kessler, K., Noah, J.
American Journal of Sports Medicine, Vol 20, No.4, 1992

“Arthrofibrosis of the Knee Following Reconstruction of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament”
Noah, J., Browne, J.E., Barnthouse, C.D.
ACL Study Clumb, February 1992

“Supracondylar Femur Fracture Following ACL Reconstruction using Patellar Tendon and ITB Tenodesis: A Case Report”
Noah, J., Sherman, O.H., Roberts, C.
American  Journal of Sports Medicine, Vol 20, No. 5 1992